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    <The Cyclist> MiniLance's Avatar
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    How to fix back wheel bearings?

    I need some help I have recently found out that my back rim bearings are loose and I have no clue of how to fix them.
    Advice Please!

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    Rim bearings???

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    Ugh, the bearings in the back rim inside the rim. I've been sick and I'm losing my mind!

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    Quote Originally Posted by MiniLance
    Ugh, the bearings in the back rim inside the rim. I've been sick and I'm losing my mind!
    Do you mean "in the hub"? First you need cone wrenches and possibly some lithium or white grease
    Or take your wheel to your LBS
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    www.parktool.com, adjust the left side (the side without the cogs).

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    Thanks That's it!

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